Abandonware DOS title

Wizardry 5: Heart of the Maelstrom

Wizardry 5: Heart of the Maelstrom is an abandoned turn-based rpg game designed by David W. Bradley, Andrew Greenberg, developed by Sir-tech Software and released by Sir-tech Software in 1988. Wizardry 5: Heart of the Maelstrom runs on DOS. Wizardry 5: Heart of the Maelstrom is part of the Wizardry game series.
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Wizardry 5: Heart of the Maelstrom review

Computer Gaming World - Issue 5 (1989): "Designed in the tradition of the classic first three scenarios of Wizardry, Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom offers a mystifying, satisfying romp through the temple of La-La, the caverns beneath it, and, finally, into the abyss itself in search of the aged Gatekeeper who guards our plane of existence from the forces that swirl amid chaos. A return to the format of six adventurers questing through the darkest, dampest reaches of a cavern in search of world-salvation and monsters to whomp, Heart of the Maelstrom is, at once, both more simple than Return of Werdna and improved over the first three scenarios."

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Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Abandonware DOS views: 15403

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